|Launched||26 January 2014|
|Owned by||Suresh Chavhanke|
|Picture format||16:9 576i (SDTV)|
|Slogan||Rashtrawad Ki Buland Awaz|
|Headquarters||A-84, Sector 57, Noida, Uttar Pradesh, India|
|Airtel Digital TV||Channel 364|
|Tata Sky||Channel 534|
|Videocon d2h||Channel 322|
Chavhanke was a long-term volunteer of a Hindu nationalist organisation, Rashtriya Swayamsevak Sangh, having held multiple designations and was also associated with Akhil Bharatiya Vidyarthi Parishad, the student wing of Bharatiya Janata Party. Chavhanke asserts of practicing ideology driven journalism and prefers that the news-programs over his channel be viewed as opinionated campaigns; he mentions of having significantly contributed towards the ochlocratic atmosphere that led to multiple police complaints (and death threats) against M. F. Husain, for allegedly violating Hindu sentiments and caused him to leave India, on a self-imposed exile till death.
Blatant dissemination of anti-Muslim content to manufacturing outright fake news with communal overtones, has been observed. Hilal Ahmed, a professor of Centre for the Study of Developing Societies, notes a call for extrajudicial lynching of Muslims, who refused to chant a particular slogan in praise of the motherland, whilst discussing the context of Islamophobic discourse in media and its role in creating the stereotypical image of Indian Muslims.
In April 2017, Chavhanke was arrested for inciting communal hatred through multiple episodes of a flagship program before securing a bail, two days later. In June 2018, Delhi Minorities Commission issued a notice to the channel, after it broadcast a program that claimed a Muslim-dominated region was inhabited by illegal Bangladeshi and Rohingya infiltrators. In March 2019, a Kozhikode district court ordered the channel to pay a compensation of Rs 50 lakh to Malabar Gold in a defamation suit, after it broadcast morphed visuals alleging the company of having celebrated Pakistani Independence Day.
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- Ahmed, Hilal (2019-04-25). Siyasi Muslims: A Story of Political Islams in India. Penguin Random House India Private Limited. p. 43. ISBN 9789353055127.
- "TV Channel Pulled up After Calling Delhi Locals 'Rohingyas'". The Quint. 2018-06-04. Retrieved 2019-11-02.